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Boys basketball roundup: Cremers guides St. George’s past LRS

SR Story | Collin Cremers had 28 points and eight rebounds and hit the go-ahead bucket with 30 seconds left to give St. George’s a 67-65 come-from-behind victory over Lind-Ritzville/Sprague in a Northeast 2B League game Saturday in Ritzville. The Broncos held a 62-55 lead with 4 minutes …

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Northwest Christian 75, Colfax 53
Ryan Ricks, Asher Cox and David Olds combined for 50 …
Moscow 50, Sandpoint 40
Cooper Stephens led Moscow (1-13) with 11 points and five …
Lewiston 67, Lake City 54
Braeden Wilson netted 20 points and grabbed eight boards to …
Liberty 60, Wilbur-Creston 37
The Liberty boys converted 22 points off of 18 turnovers …
Coeur d’Alene 74, Post Falls 66
Brody Lundblad led Coeur d’Alene with 23 points, including five …
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 49, Springdale 38
Lind-Ritzville held Springdale to three free-throws and zero field goals …
St. George’s 55, Davenport 36
St. George’s utilized a balanced scoring attack to pull away …
Wallace 44, North Idaho Christian 42
Zach Welch led Wallace with 13 points in their 44-42 …

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Gonzaga Prep girls basketball coach Mike Arte was named the Inland Northwest Sportswriters and Broadcasters 2015 Junior Female Coach of the Year. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)

Gonzaga Prep sweeps junior SWABs awards

SR Story | Unbeaten Gonzaga Prep football and girls basketball teams and coaches swept the 2015 Inland Northwest Sportswriters and Broadcasters youth awards honors, winning the trophies in six categories.

GSL girls: Defense keys CV victory

SR Story | In a game that fell short of offensive brilliance, No. 1-ranked Central Valley all but clinched the Greater Spokane League championship with a difficult 42-39 win over the Lewis and Clark Tigers.

Higashi propels St. George’s past Liberty

SR Story | Hailey Higashi hit five 3-pointers and finished with 23 points, 10 rebounds and four assists and St. George’s beat Liberty 52-40 in a Northeast 2B League game Tuesday night at St. George’s.

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St. George’s 39, Reardan 26
Erin Armitage led St. George’s with 13 points, eight rebounds, …
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 42, Northwest Christian 31
Tommi Swannack had 15 points and eight rebounds to power …
Davenport 51, Liberty 48
Meika Heath drilled two free throws — where she finished …
Sandpoint 49, Moscow 29
Madi Schoening brought in 28 points on 10 field goals, …
Colfax 59, Kettle Falls 34
Carmen Gfeller led Colfax with 12 points in their 59-34 …
Wallace 40, North Idaho Christian 29
Maryssa Hogamier nailed 10 points for Wallace (16-3) in their …
Colton 68, Oakesdale 21
Colton’s Dakota Patchen scored 15 points and Zoe Moser added …
Freeman 52, Chewelah 33
Freeman, behind a very balanced and unselfish scoring attack easily …

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Tigers bury Saxons

SR Story | Justin Martin buried five 3-pointers and scored 17 to lead the Lewis and Clark Tigers to a 62-42 victory over the Ferris Saxons in Greater Spokane League play on Wednesday at the Spokane Arena.

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District 7 2A
East Valley topped competitors on Saturday with a team score …
Girls North Sub-Regionals Districts 5-6-7-8
Othello topped all competitors on Saturday with a team score …
Ferris vs. Lewis and Clark
Lewis and Clark defeated 38-25 in a bout between two …
Mead vs. Mt. Spokane
Trevor Senn pinned Thomas Ferguson in the final matchup of …
Colville 58, Lakeside 18
Colville’s Maverick Walker brought down Lakeside’s Tanner Blowers in 29-seconds, …
Deer Park 49, Freeman 21
Deer Park’s Ethan Newman defeated Freeman’s Noah Vetter by a …
Medical Lake
Medical Lake got off to a strong start and recorded …
West Valley
Defending state champion for Clarkston Spencer Clegg brought down West …

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Tigers bury Saxons

SR Story | Justin Martin buried five 3-pointers and scored 17 to lead the Lewis and Clark Tigers to a 62-42 victory over the Ferris Saxons in Greater Spokane League play on Wednesday at the Spokane Arena.

GSL gymnastics features plenty of talent

SR Story | Jenna Schlosser, the State 4A gymnastics all-around champion from Mead, has graduated, but the Greater Spokane League has some talent poised to pick up where Schlosser left off.

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4A District Championship
At the 4A District Championship, Mead’s Zella Conley finished in …
3A District Championship
Jade Anderson finishes in first place in all four events, …
Lewis and Clark, North Central, Rogers, Shadle
Jessica Harpel won all four events and finished with an …
Central Valley, Mead, Mt Spokane, University, Mead
McKinzie Carter captured individual honors, while Mt. Spokane all but …
Central Valley, Mead, North Central, Shadle, University
MicKinzie Carter posted first-place finishes in all but bars to …
Ferris, Lewis and Clark, Mt Spokane
Mt. Spokane finishes with four in the top five all-around, …
Ferris, Mead, Mt Spokane, Shadle, University
In a season-high outing for both Mead and Mt. Spokane, …
Lewis and Clark, North Central, Rogers, Central Valley
In Kim Brunelle’s last home gymnastics meet as Central Valley’s …
Boys basketball »
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Eli Emerson flourishing after cardiac arrest
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Girls basketball »
GSL girls: Despite loss to Central Valley, Mt. Spokane earns top district seed
North Central’s Megan Dean making most of senior year
West Valley coach will retire after girls basketball season
GSL girls: CV secures league title
Gonzaga Prep sweeps junior SWABs awards
Wrestling »
Prep wrestling: Mead, Central Valley share District 8 4A title
Prep notebook: Mark Rypien proud Shadle has Wilson Golden Football
CV Bears leave no doubt who’s best in GSL
Greg Lee column: It’s time for WIAA to adopt state duals wrestling tourney
Hoover twins power Mt. Spokane wrestling
Gymnastics »
Tigers bury Saxons
GSL gymnastics: Mead edges Central Valley
GSL gymnastics features plenty of talent
Prep roundup: University builds big lead, holds off Mt. Spokane in GSL wrestling
Mead opens GSL gymnastics season with win at five-way meet
Football »
Prep notebook: Mark Rypien proud Shadle has Wilson Golden Football
Gonzaga Prep sweeps junior SWABs awards
Pullman’s Mason Petrino sticking with family business
Greg Lee column: It was a humble beginning for Van Troxel
Van Troxel resigns after 22 years at Lake City
Baseball »
Outlaws put end to run by Bandits in American Legion state tourney
One bad inning costly for Lumberjacks vs. Meridian
Bandits edge closer
Summer Heat tourney set to tip off
Baseball coaches Rook, Grunenfelder angry over firings
Volleyball »
Colfax wins State 2B volleyball championship
Colfax survives opening day in quest for third straight State 2B volleyball title
Curtis sweeps Mead at State 4A volleyball tournament
Adrienne Dotson leads group of experienced seniors for Mt. Spokane volleyball
Prep volleyball: Colfax powers past Reardan
Fastpitch softball »
Washington and Idaho spring 2015 all-league teams
State softball: Brooke Olson, Kaylee Levien boost state-bound North Central
Prep softball: North Central rallies twice, qualifies for State 3A tournament
Prep softball: North Central seniors enter home stretch
Prep roundup: Richland rallies past Mead at 4A regional softball
Spring boys soccer »
Washington and Idaho spring 2015 all-league teams
Girls soccer »
Gonzaga Prep girls lose in State 4A soccer semifinals
Prep soccer glance
Defense has Gonzaga Prep marching to state tournament
Larkin Russell’s two goals get Gonzaga Prep past Bellarmine into State 4A soccer semifinals
Gonzaga Prep girls soccer team slips past Todd Beamer
Cross country »
North Central’s Justin Janke places 25th at Foot Locker cross country nationals
Greg Lee: NC’s impressive cross country streak could continue
St. George’s Madison Ward, Marika Morelan finish 1-2; Deer Park boys win 1A title
North Central boys set record with 10th straight title
Washington State girls cross country results
Track and field »
Washington and Idaho spring 2015 all-league teams
Three from GNL are state track and field champions
Dream comes true for Aquino in 1,600m final
State track: Gonzaga Prep’s Nick Johnson a decathlete in the making
Odessa-Harrington’s Sam Shafer looks to defend titles and more
Boys tennis »
Washington and Idaho spring 2015 all-league teams
Girls tennis »
Washington and Idaho spring 2015 all-league teams
Slowpitch softball »
GSL slowpitch: University rolls past Mead for title
Mead wins, faces University in GSL slowpitch title game
Slowpitch softball: Mead, Shadle Park advance in playoffs
Bill Pierce’s almanac: GSL softball history
Boys golf »
Washington and Idaho spring 2015 all-league teams
State 4A boys golf: Issaquah’s Zack Overstreet wins on third playoff hole
Girls golf »
Washington and Idaho spring 2015 all-league teams